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Washington County Electrical Construction Program . Chad Secrest October 2011. Student Assessment Overview. 5-Year Plan:. In looking through Secondary Five-Year Planned Program Improvement Chart, the Electrical Program has no 5-year plan.

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Washington county electrical construction program

Washington County Electrical Construction Program

Chad Secrest

October 2011

Student Assessment Overview


5 year plan

5-Year Plan:

  • In looking through Secondary Five-Year Planned Program Improvement Chart, the Electrical Program has no 5-year plan.

  • We are currently undergoing some modernization projects in our classroom to include: paint, new simulator, new fan, and newer tools/equipment.

  • In visiting the local ABC Chapter, I noticed that our facilities are more than adequate to accomplish the tasks required for learning the field.


Class goals

Class Goals:

  • To receive training in the electrical wiring field and become a registered apprentice electrician


As an electrical construction student you will

AS AN ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION STUDENT YOU WILL:

  • Learn how to wire a home

  • Learn how to wire stores and offices

  • Wire alarm systems

  • Actually wire a new house

  • Complete first year of an electrical apprenticeship


This program will prepare students to pursue the following career opportunities

THIS PROGRAM WILL PREPARE STUDENTS TO PURSUE THE FOLLOWING CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:

  • Residential Electrician

  • Commercial Electrician

  • Alarm Technician

  • Electric Motor Repair Technician

  • Electrical Estimator

  • Electrical Supervisor

  • Licensed Electrician

  • Electrical Contractor


Curriculum

Curriculum:

  • NCCER (National Center for Construction Education and Research) Standards are followed.

  • Students enrolled in the program hope to achieve a Level 2 Electrical Apprenticeship certification.


End of course assessment

End of Course Assessment:

  • Student’s must pass the NCCT for the Electrical through the NCCER’s National Registry for certification and to advance to Level II. Upon completion of the Craft Level curriculum and assessments, students meet classroom instruction requirements of the related apprenticeship program(s).

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Pqi data areas of concern 2009 2010

PQI Data:Areas of Concern(2009-2010)

  • CTE Completers (-3)

  • Washington County Public School System needs to ensure that students are able to reach the goals of Apprenticeship Certification.


Pqi data areas of concern 2009 20101

PQI Data:Areas of Concern(2009-2010)

  • Non-Traditional Completion (-2.33)

  • Non-traditional enrollment – 20 Male Students to 0 Female Students.

  • Tools are becoming more ergonomic and Electrical Construction is a definite opportunity for female employees.


Pqi data areas of concern 2009 20102

PQI Data:Areas of Concern(2009-2010)

  • CTE Concentrators that Graduated High School (-2.35)

  • Our goal should be for every CTE Concentrator to graduate from High School. If just one student does not graduate, then there is room for improvement.


Conclusion

Conclusion

  • The Washington County Technical High School Electrical Construction Program is structured around providing quality Electrical education for students that plan to enter the Electrical field. With the first two years of apprenticeship completed upon graduation, students are in a much better position to obtain gainful employment immediately following high school. Increasing Electrical Construction program completions and Apprenticeship certifications is priority.


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